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doomboy
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Your Collection.

Tell us all about your collection, and why you chose those particular discs.

I'll start.

The Matrix Revisited (2-disc) - Every home should have one. It's the Matrix!

The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Do you even need to ask? It's a classic! B-movie effects, and great songs, and Tim Curry is some weird kinda god.

Monsters Inc. - Greatest animated movie to date?

The Lost Boys - Eighties Goth chic at its best.

Goldmember - I love the Austin Powers series, and this is my second favourite. Plus it was on sale.

X-Men - I've been a fan on the comic book series for years, and this movie really captured the sense of wonder inherent in the books.

The Nightmare Before Christmas - A Tim Burton masterpiece. With wonderful songs by Danny Elfman.

Tron - The effects are dated, but still quite stunning. To this day, I believe this is how the inside of my computer looks.

T2: Judgment Day - The best in the series, in my opinion. Fantastic. With Guns N Roses on the soundtrack too!

Forever Delayed: Greatest Hits, Manic Street Preachers - Their vidoes collected, and it's always nice to see Nicky and Richey made up like the most beautiful whores in Christendom, pouting away at the camera.

Bo' Selecta: Series One - Absolute genius from the twisted mind of Avid Merrion.

The Clash: Westway To The World - Stunning docuentary of the bands history, with a great short film by Don Letts "Clash On Broadway" thrown in for good measure.

Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: The Wrath Of Khan - The two best Trek films in my opinion.

Spaced: Series 2 - Another great British comedy series, from Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson. Surreal.

A Clockwork Orange - Kubrickian genius. Perhaps my favourite film.

One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest - Jack Nicholsons greatest performace in my humble opinion.

Catch Me If You Can - I loved this film in the cinema, and it was an impulse buy when out shopping. Light and frothy. The cinematic equivalent of a cappuchino.

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Silent-Bob77
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Well i have a fairly large collection now, so i'll give you some edited highlights....
Evil Dead Trilogy special editions: What can i say, Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell rule!!
Clerks/ Mallrats etc: As you can tell fom the name, i'm a huge Kevin Smith fan, I love them all.
Jackass the Movie: Funny in the cinema but funnier at home with the extras!!
Family Guy Season 1,2 and 3: I love the Simpsons but they take for ever to come out, Family Guy is ruder, cruder and just as funny.
Spaced series 1 & 2: Sooo funny, got me through some tough times, wicked!
The Usual Suspects: Amazing film, great twists, always a good one to watch.
Sooo many others, these are just off the top of my head.

geek DVD is the best thing to happen to film in ages!!

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doomboy
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Ahh classic discs, each and every one.

Good taste mate.

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Why thank you!! You gotta love DVD, it is so easy to go mad and buy stuff you'd never buy on video, the extras can really sell a disc. What is the worst DVD you've bought?

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Havent really got 1.
My Favs ive got though are:
Dawn of the Dead - One of the best audio commentaries on DVD.
Snatch - One of the best making ofs available.
Dog Soldier/Mummy Returns - Hilarious outakes
The Simpsons,T2 & LotR TFotR SE - Excellent all round extras.
League of Gentlemen - Funny Interviews
Monty Python & THG - The Lego dance says it all.


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Why thank you!! You gotta love DVD, it is so easy to go mad and buy stuff you'd never buy on video, the extras can really sell a disc. What is the worst DVD you've bought?




NO kidding, I am going to get the TTTDVD for the trailer, extra footage and gollum statue! I guess that is a good amount of extra stuff, but it is funny that I am buying an entire DVD mainly b/c of the extras. Worst DVD choice was "Sex and the City season 1" .... but it was for my girlfriend. I do have to admit it is funny though. peace

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